Weekly Photo Challenge: Movement

La Jolla, 2008

Movement is a medicine for creating
change in a person’s physical,
emotional and mental states.

~Carol Welch~

Santa Fe, 2010

Movement never lies:  It is a
barometer telling the soul’s
weather to all who can read it.

~Martha Graham~

Seattle, June, 2011

It’s been a week since the Weekly Photo Challenge theme was introduced.  My mind has been busy imagining all the ways “Movement” could be expressed – a great subject!  Unfortunately, the week has been hectic, not leaving much time for creating posts for my blog. There  definitely has been a lot of movement in my life in the last seven days, but not necessarily the free-flowing, enjoyable, life-giving movement I was thinking about.  Here it is, Friday, the day a new theme will be introduced, and I know if I don’t create a post for “Movement” today, it will not happen.  It’s important to me to follow through with my committment to take part in the weekly photo challenge, so I decided to find photos of myself, friends and family walking, because walking is one of the easiest ways to incorporate movement into our lives, reaping huge benefits for our health and well-being.

Racine, WI, 2012

Move and the way will open.

~Author Unknown~

Mendocino, CA, 2009


The way people move
is their autobiography

~Martha Graham~

Galisteo, NM, 2012

The world is always in movement.

~V.S. Naipaul~  

 

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2 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Movement

  1. eof737 says:

    Great photos and I love that you included Bella :-)

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